It's a Kinder Garden located in the south of Quito that helps children of poor families.
Volunteers will help teachers with different subjects such as English, Arts and Sports.
Volunteers work taking care of endemic animals such as turtles and blue-footed boobies. Also , volunteers work in the conservation of native plants.
Work in a public health center giving medical care to poor people.
In this project, volunteers will help in area of conservation of endemic plants and animals of the Galapagos islands.
This institution provides medical services to children with limited economic resources
New Horizons is a private, non-profit organization that fights against the extreme poverty in Ecuador .
New Horizons is a private, non-profit organization that's not associated with neither political nor religious activities. Our objective is to initiate and coordinate the support and help of national and foreign volunteers in different associations, organizations and communities which need help to carry out their activities.
Ecuador is a country that in recent years has had an increase in the level of poverty. And it has become evident by the number of children who live and work in the streets. New Horizons helps with different projects consisting of social work, cultural development, education, community work and small enterprises development. We hope to help eradicate the extreme poverty which affects the underprivileged sectors of Ecuador.
How was the program founded?
Social organizations always need volunteers to develop and assist their various projects. Aware of this problem, a group of professionals included social workers, founded New Horizons Volunteer Program in January 1997.
New Horizons Volunteer Program has judicial support of the Foundation “Redes Solidarias” with the legal agreement No. 2740.
Meet our founders
So, Fabienne and Laura started to prepare a project for channeling the help of volunteers. And together, on January 1, 1997, they created New Horizons volunteer Program. Later, in May 2001, the foundation "Redes Solidarias" was created, with the purpose of working together with New Horizons.
Mrs. Laura Cordova, born in the Manabí province, is the manager of New Horizons Volunteer Program. She is graduated in Social Communications, specialized in public relations. As a college student she worked together with a circle of friends helping the unfortunate neighborhoods of Quito. Her passion has always been social work. She also worked for five years as a Spanish teacher in different schools. This was the point where she started connecting with foreigners, and she became the channel between the volunteers and the institutions.
Fabienne Tieche, a Physiotherapist born in Grenche in Swizterland, has also been greatly interested in social work and when she met Laura the idea of a greater project saw the light of day. They understood that working together they could do so much more.
What is our job
New Horizons has accomplished many different projects in the past such as construction of schools, construction of nurseries, construction of cafeterias, reforestation of endemic plants, and others.
What are our objectives?